This week I'm doing something slightly different for my Net Picks post. Instead of curating a post around a theme, I am collecting images that have a similar color palette.
This palette is made up of cool mints and soft aquas along with warm peaches and corals with gray accents. This color palette can be very versatile depending on what subject matter you choose. I think it makes for a lovely baby girl's color scheme or a nice print for a dress.
Esther Fallon Lau - Although I couldn't find any website, I did find Esther's Spoonflower and Society 6 online shops. Also known as Nouveau Bohemian, her work definitely has that boho vibe. Her work is characterized by delicate drawings, soft color palettes and lovely characters. She has a great variety of patterns in her Spoonflower and adorns a lot of different products with her work in her Society 6 shop.
Suzy Ultman - I was drawn to Suzy's lovely work a whlle back. My first time seeing her work was when I purchased a lovely book of prints from my beloved (but now defunct) Borders bookstore. Her cute characters and stand out style caught my eye. She has been doing really well and is represented by the wonderful Lilla Roger's Studio art agency. Her style is really versatile and has graced many products from prints, fabric, home decor and toys. You can find her work on prints in her Etsy shop.
Flora Waycott - Flora is also represented by the Lilla Roger's Studio art agency. Her work is very delicate and whimsical. She has been working as a freelance illustrator and textile designer since 2004 and her work can be found on multitudes of products including, prints, textiles, stationery, fabric and publications. She sells a variety of items with her work on her Etsy and Flora's instagram feed is worth checking out too!
Sunkissed Laughter - Sunkissed Laughter is a design and photography brand. I'm sorry I wasn't able to find out more about the designer/artist. They do have Etsy and Society 6 shops that you can check out. Sunkissed Laughter's work is characterized by tropical and geometric prints and a tribal vibe.
Interestd in Finding more Color Inspiration?
Check out these sites for more sources of lovely color palettes:
Adobe Kuler - Adobe Kuler is a site where you can use scientific methods of color theory to choose colors. If you connect with an Adobe account, you can save and share themes you create. I really enjoy browsing through the shared combos. They also have an iPhone app too!
Design Seeds - Design Seeds was created back in 2009 and it has really grown to be a "go to" site to find color inspiration. Palettes are created from pulling colors from photos that are displayed side by side. In addition to the color palettes, Design Seeds' founder Jessica also offers a Color Almanac and has created a Skillshare class on how to successfully use color in your artwork.
My Color Lover Pinterest Board - This is where I collect different color palettes and images that inspire ideas for color combinations.
Colour Lovers - According to COLOURlovers, it "is a creative community where people from around the world create and share colors, palettes and patterns, discuss the latest trends and explore colorful articles... All in the spirit of love." COLOURlovers offers a variety of ways to search for different color combinations. As a bonus they also include the HEX and RGB color codes which makes getting the exact colors easy.
Net Picks - Spring Has Sprung! This week's Net Picks focuses on bright, cheery designs that call to Spring! I have to admit that growing up in Hawaii, I really have a narrow view of the seasonal spectrum. I think that we only experience maybe half the seasons: mid spring thru early fall (if that). Read more...
©: please note that the written comments and opinions are my own and not paid or solicited. The art is copyrighted to their original creators (which you can reach by the links provided). Please take time to check out the websites of these artists to see more of their wonderful work and learn more about them!